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    Charles WaldheimCANADA
    Landscape Architect, Professor
    Principal, Office of Charles Waldheim
    Professor, Landscape Architecture, Harvard GSD
    Director, the Office for Urbanization, Harvard GSD

    Charles Waldheim is a North American architect and urbanist. He advises public and private clients on questions of contemporary urbanism and collaborates with multi-disciplinary teams on urban projects internationally. His work has been published, exhibited, and presented internationally, and he has collaborated on urban projects with a range of leading designers including the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, Gross.Max., Preston Scott Cohen, Stoss Landscape Urbanism, and James Corner Field Operations. Waldheim’s research and practice examine the relations between landscape, ecology, and contemporary urbanism. He coined the term ‘landscape urbanism’ to describe the emergent discourse and practices of landscape in relation to design culture and contemporary urbanization. On these topics, Waldheim is author of Landscape as Urbanism: A General Theory and editor of The Landscape Urbanism Reader. Waldheim developed the theory of landscape urbanism in response to the industrial economy, emergent ecology, and particular histories of the American city. On this topic, he curates the Future of the American City platform. Waldheim is John E. Irving Professor of Landscape Architecture at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design where he directs the School’s Office for Urbanization. He also serves as the Ruettgers Curator of Landscape at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. Waldheim is recipient of the Rome Prize Fellowship from the American Academy in Rome; the Visiting Scholar Research Fellowship from the Canadian Centre for Architecture; the Cullinan Chair at Rice University; and the Sanders Fellowship at the University of Michigan. He has been visiting scholar at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London and the Bauhaus in Dessau.

    01Jurors
    Charles Waldheim
    CANADA
    Landscape Architect, Professor
    Office of Charles Waldheim
    Harvard University
    Landscape Architect, Professor
    Principal, Office of Charles Waldheim
    Professor, Landscape Architecture, Harvard GSD
    Director, the Office for Urbanization, Harvard GSD

    Charles Waldheim is a North American architect and urbanist. He advises public and private clients on questions of contemporary urbanism and collaborates with multi-disciplinary teams on urban projects internationally. His work has been published, exhibited, and presented internationally, and he has collaborated on urban projects with a range of leading designers including the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, Gross.Max., Preston Scott Cohen, Stoss Landscape Urbanism, and James Corner Field Operations. Waldheim’s research and practice examine the relations between landscape, ecology, and contemporary urbanism. He coined the term ‘landscape urbanism’ to describe the emergent discourse and practices of landscape in relation to design culture and contemporary urbanization. On these topics, Waldheim is author of Landscape as Urbanism: A General Theory and editor of The Landscape Urbanism Reader. Waldheim developed the theory of landscape urbanism in response to the industrial economy, emergent ecology, and particular histories of the American city. On this topic, he curates the Future of the American City platform. Waldheim is John E. Irving Professor of Landscape Architecture at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design where he directs the School’s Office for Urbanization. He also serves as the Ruettgers Curator of Landscape at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. Waldheim is recipient of the Rome Prize Fellowship from the American Academy in Rome; the Visiting Scholar Research Fellowship from the Canadian Centre for Architecture; the Cullinan Chair at Rice University; and the Sanders Fellowship at the University of Michigan. He has been visiting scholar at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London and the Bauhaus in Dessau.

    Waro Kishi
    JAPAN
    Architect, Professor
    Waro Kishi + K Associates
    Kyoto University
    Architect, Professor
    Principal, Waro Kishi + K Associates
    Professor, Kyoto University of The Arts

    2020- Professor, Kyoto University of The Arts
    2016-2020 Professor, Kyoto University of Art and Design
    2010-2016 Professor, Kyoto University
    2004 Visiting professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
    2003 Visiting professor, University of California, Berkeley
    1993-2010 Professor, Kyoto Institute of Technology Taught Architecture Design in Kyoto Institute of Technology
    1993- Organized, Waro Kishi + K.ASSOCIATES/Architects, Kyoto
    1981-93 taught architectural design in Kyoto College of Art
    1981-93 Principal, Waro Kishi, Architects & Associates, Kyoto
    1978 completed post-graduate course of Architecture, Kyoto University
    1975 graduated from Department of Architecture, Kyoto University
    1973 graduated from Department of Electronics, Kyoto University
    1950 Born in Yokohama, Japan

    Francisco Sanin
    COLOMBIA
    Architect, Professor
    Syracuse University

    Architect, Professor
    Architecture, Syracuse University

    Francisco Sanin was born and educated in Medellin, Colombia, and is internationally known as an urban designer, noted for his extensive research in the history and theory of urban form. He has taught at Princeton, the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, Kingston and Greenwich Universities in the UK, and the University of Oregon Oregon School of Architecture and Allied Arts. He has been a visiting professor in schools around the world, including the Korean National University of Arts, Universidad Simon Bolivar in Caracas, UPB in Medellin, Colombia, and Miami University. He was Director of the Syracuse University Architecture program in Florence from 2004 - 2008. Sanin is a practicing architect with work in several countries. He has received numerous awards in architectural competitions and has lectured, curated exhibitions, and published internationally.

    Andreas Fries
    SWITZERLAND
    Architect
    Herzog & de Meuron

    Architect
    Partner, Herzog & de Meuron

    Andreas Fries is a Partner at Herzog & de Meuron since 2011. He joined the office in 1999 and has been collaborating in various international projects. Currently is responsible for various projects in Switzerland, France, Italy, Mexico, China and South Korea. He studied architecture and graduated from the ETH Zürich, Switzerland with exchanges at the EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland and at the Politecnico di Milano, Italy.

    Sung-kwan Lee
    REP. KOREA
    Architect
    HANUL Architects & Engineers Inc
    Architect
    Principal, HANUL Architects & Engineers Inc

    Lee Sung Kwan has graduated his both Bachelor’s and Master’s degree of Architecture from Seoul National University and started his first practice in Junglim Architects. He then further studied his Master’s degree in Columbia University and joined H.O.K P.C in New York as Senior Architect for years. Back in Korea in 1989, he established his own firm Hanul Architects & Engineers Inc., which was when he was elected to design the “Yongsan War Memorial” as well. He won numerous awards ever since and particularly from 2008 to 2010, he received Presidential Prize at the Korea Architecture Award consecutively as well.

    He was nominated to be the vice president of Korea Institute of Architects in 2019, awarded the Presidential Prize on Annual Architecture Fest 2014, chosen as the Architect of the Year in 2017, Chairman of the Korea Institute of Architects Organizing Committee in 2019, and currently entitled to be the first head architect in the state of Daejeon Metropolitan City.

    His notable buildings include Yongsan War Memorial, Suip 777, Banpo 577, JoMansik Memorial in Soongsil University, El-Tower, Tanheo Memorial Museum, Yeocho Calligraphy Museum, Yeoju History Museum, Academic Information Centre in Seoul National University and more.

    Jae-heon Jeong
    REP. KOREA
    Architect, Professor
    Kyung Hee University
    Architect, Professor
    Professor, Dept. of Architecture, Kyung Hee University

    Jeong Jaeheon graduated from Sungkyunkwan University with a Bachelors of Science in Architectural Engineering, then he moved to France and was taught by Henri Ciriani at Ecole nationale d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville. After working at Michel Kagan’s office, he returned to korea and opened an atelier in 1998. He is presently a Professor at the Department of Architecture, Kyung Hee University. He is devoted to fostering architects who will lead the next generation, in tandem with working passionately at MONO Architects as an architect to build people’s lives.

    Yi-kyu Choe
    REP. KOREA
    Landscape Architect, Professor
    Keimyung University
    Landscape Architect, Professor
    Professor, Dept. of Landscape Architecture, Keimyung University

    Yikyu Choe is assistant professor of landscape architecture at Keimyung University. He currently serves as the director of Bisan Garden Museum and recently led urban regeneration projects in downtown Ulsan. With nearly 15 years of professional experience, Prof. Choe led the design and implementation of many public and private projects including Joyadong Community Garden and Bisan Biotope. He has won at international design competitions including University of Cambridge Library Landscape; Warming Huts Art & Architecture, Canada; ReStitch Tampa, Florida.

    02Reserve Jurors
    So-jin Lee
    REP. KOREA
    Architect
    LEEON ARCHITECTES & URBANISTES
    Architect
    Principal, LEEON ARCHITECTES & URBANISTES

    Sojin Lee, CEO of Leeon Architects is an Architect and Urban Designer. She graduated from the Dept. of Architectural Engineering at Yonsei University and continued her studies at UPA 7 (Paris, Tolbiac). Lee’s first professional experience was at the Renzo Piano Building Workshop and since 1997, she’s carried out a wide range of different scales of architecture and urban projects as partner architect with Yves Lion, her mentor. Lee’s major works from her period in Paris (1997-2007) include the Paris Rive Gauche (secteur Massena Bruneseau) Urban Development Project, Khandama Development Project in Mecca, and the Paris Geophysics Research Center. Her major projects in Korea since 2007 include the Hangang Pedestrian Passage Projects, the Samgakji Masterplan in Yeongju city, the Poet Yoon Dongju Memorial Museum, Samcheung and Baebonsan forest Library, Seodaemunku Council, and the on-going Guekhoe-Daero Park. Lee served as the Govt. appointed Public Architect of Seoul(2012-2016), and has received the Korea Young Architects Award (2012) and the Grand prize for the Seoul Metropolitan Architecture Award(2014).

    Han-song Lee
    REP. KOREA
    Landscape Architect
    thinkTREE Architects &
    Partners Inc.
    Landscape Architect
    Director, thinkTREE Architects & Partners Inc.

    Lee Hansong received a Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture (MLA 2003) from Harvard GSD and has since worked on more than 50 large international landscape design projects in North America, China, and the Middle East. He served as the Principal of Studio DMG and the Chairman of the Association of the Space Writers. He is presently the Principal of thinkTREE Architects & Partners, Inc in charge of the landscape and urban design field, and is working on various urban regeneration projects.